If you subtly mimic the body language of the person you’re talking to, you can effectively build trust with them. By mirroring the way they speak and how they move they’ll like you more, because, to them, it will seem as if you are pretty compatible.
Not only does your best friend know all the details of the most stupid things you’ve ever done, but 95% of the time they were standing right beside you. Not as a witness, but as a participant.
Your happiness, motivation and success are the direct result of the culmination of all your habits. That which you do repeatedly will make or break your entire life.
Wouldn’t it be great to know exactly what kind of mistakes you need to be wary of when you are young? If I had the possibility to meet my younger self this is the advice I would give.
Optimists know that happiness comes from within. Rather than trying to desperately pursue external accomplishments and gratifications, optimists know that they themselves are responsible for their own happiness.
1. Inability to focus on the bigger picture In many cases we get so distracted by a daunting task that we start to lose focus of the long-term benefits and rewards of accomplishing it. Instead, we focus all our attention…
“Do you remember that taste you had when you chewed on a balloon as a kid?”